A chance? You call this a chance? You kill us while making us play a kids' game. How is this a chance?
No Sang-hun confronting a Manager.
No Sang-hun was ₩1.39 billion in debt and chose to enter a high-risk competition to win money. After waking up in a large room with 455 other people, he signed a contract and took his photo. He managed to survive the first game, Red Light, Green Light, after most of the contestants had been wiped out. Afterwards, like everyone else, he was shaken by the deaths of the contestants. He first called out the staff by questioning the types of games they play and type of elimination. After a few other players confronted the staff, he also add that the police will be looking for them since hundreds went missing. Thankfully, Cho Sang-woo remembered the third clause which allow players to vote on the Squid Game's termination. During the voting process, Sang-hun voted no, and was calling all the people who voted yes monsters. While the majority voted no and the games ended, those who were willing to return could, and he returned, along with most of the other players.
You’re just a kid. What did they do to you?
Sang-hun's last words before committing suicide in The Man With the Umbrella
In the second game, he was supposed to cut out the umbrella from his piece of sugar honeycomb, but he accidentally broke the handle. When a guard went to execute him, Sang-hun attacked the guard by poking a needle in the guard's eye. He grabbed a manager and held him at gunpoint, threatening to shoot. He demands the guard to remove his mask, which he did. Immediately after, Sang-hun commits suicide by shooting himself in the head due to his disbelief that someone so young could commit such atrocities.
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Behind the Scenes
No Sang-hun was portrayed by actor Yoon Don-sun.